Researchers find substantial evidence pointing to paranoid personality disorder and malignant narcissism as the driving force behind the commission of mass violence.
Job providers focus on one or two niche industries to maximize impact for low-income, low-skilled workers.
Researchers attempt to quantify the impact of child maltreatment on Medicaid.
A new study explores the ups and downs of car sharing in a complex transportation market.
Data from Mexico indicate that the type of government social spending - indirect vs. direct subsidies - leads to different outcomes in terms of poverty reduction and income redistribution.
The Urban Institute investigates the ability of health care providers to manage changes from the Affordable Care Act.
A study models the effect of negotiations between Managed Care Organizations and Hospitals on the cost of health care.
To what extent do changing energy policies contribute to the volatility in oil and gas companies’ stock returns?
Baltimore’s attempt to replicate Chicago’s CeaseFire program presents less consistent outcomes with important lessons.